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    (Original post by kikzen)
    no but i know its stealing.

    i do buy some cds if its particularly good though.
    Just think of it as the artist has already made their millions .
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    (Original post by Sianabanana)
    I Am Kloot - Morning rain, 86 tv's, Twist, 3 feet tall.
    I'd add Life in a Day to that list too - fantastic song, although I've only heard a few of theirs.
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    And, music is over priced, that is why I download it, so is most software and games for that matter.
    dont be stupid tbh.

    like elpollo said £9 for a cd, 99p for a song (i just dont like all this copy protection rubbish)... thats fine!

    games and software definately ARENT overpriced. most games go for £25-30 and thats fine and software, well, photoshop, for example isnt exactly a home user software, its meant for pros thats why its so expensive (which is fine when you take into account how much money you can make from using it).

    it doesnt bother me that its illegal. its these stupid reasons people give for downloading.
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    dont be stupid tbh.

    like elpollo said £9 for a cd, 99p for a song (i just dont like all this copy protection rubbish)... thats fine!

    games and software definately ARENT overpriced. most games go for £25-30 and thats fine and software, well, photoshop, for example isnt exactly a home user software, its meant for pros thats why its so expensive (which is fine when you take into account how much money you can make from using it).

    it doesnt bother me that its illegal. its these stupid reasons people give for downloading.
    Some downloading I do is not illegal, like when I downloaded some copies of linux or unliscenced anime.
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    dont be stupid tbh.

    like elpollo said £9 for a cd, 99p for a song (i just dont like all this copy protection rubbish)... thats fine!

    games and software definately ARENT overpriced. most games go for £25-30 and thats fine and software, well, photoshop, for example isnt exactly a home user software, its meant for pros thats why its so expensive (which is fine when you take into account how much money you can make from using it).

    it doesnt bother me that its illegal. its these stupid reasons people give for downloading.
    when you consider that about 75% of the profits from the cd goes to the record label, it makes chart cds expensive.

    hence i always buy second hand cds now. or just download them.
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    Some downloading I do is not illegal, like when I downloaded some copies of linux or unliscenced anime.
    yeah but we're not talking about that

    (Original post by pinkegokane)
    when you consider that about 75% of the profits from the cd goes to the record label, it makes chart cds expensive.

    hence i always buy second hand cds now. or just download them.
    uh no not really. £8-9 is a fair price i think, regardless of where the money actually goes. maybe £7 in time, but its fine at the moment.
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    This love- Maroon 5 great summer song
 
 
 
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